Malaysia identifies 190 election hotspots, launches Op PRN 6N for security

Authorities in Malaysia have recognized a hundred ninety hotspots in six states ahead of the upcoming state elections, with the best quantity present in Selangor, according to Inspector-General of Police Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani. Terengganu follows with 66 hotspots, whereas Kedah has 20, Negeri Sembilan and Kelantan each have 16, and Penang has two. These areas are thought of hotspots due to their potential to provoke disturbances that could disrupt public order.
Hidden spoke to the press after visiting the Tunku Ampuan Besar Tuanku Aishah Rohani Hospital in Cheras in the course of the 216th Police Day celebration. He explained that to make sure the state elections run easily, a special operation referred to as Op PRN 6N has been launched. This operation will focus on voter security, polling stations, and vote counting places..